man Isham Randolph, Col‏‎, son of William Randolph, Col and Mary "Mary Royall Isham" Isham‏.
Born ‎ Jan 1684/85 at Turkey Island, Henrico Co., VA, died ‎ Nov 2, 1742 at Dungeness, Goochland Co., VA‎, approximately 58 years, buried ‎ Nov 1742 at Henrico County, VA - Turkey Island Cemetery
Virginia Prominent Families Vol 1-4
3. Isham Randolph, b. at Turkey Island, Dec. 1684, settled at Dungenness, Goochland Co., Va. Married (1717) Jane Rogers, of Shadgate Street, London, Eng.
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Isham Randolph (c.1685-1742) of “Dungeness” [RA.3]
Isham Randolph, son of William Randolph and Mary Isham, was born at Turkey Island January 1685/6. He married Jane Rogers, daughter of Charles Rogers and Jane Lilburne. See their family
Jane (Rogers) Randolph [1764.2]

Jane Rogers, daughter of Charles and Jane (Lilburne) Rogers, married Isham Randolph.
Isham secured patents to 28 acres in Goochland County in the James River in 1735, 3,000 acres on the north side of the James River in 1736, and 6,000 acres on both sides of Buffalo River in Amelia County in 1737. Isham took the oath of militia colonel 18 November 1740, and was a county justice (1730-37).
Isham represented Goochland County at a single session in the Virginia House of Burgesses (1736-40).
Both indentured to Randolph for four years, John Newland agreed to make 250 pair of “mens, womens, children, and Negro shoes,” and George Dudley to make 100,000 bricks to enclose a garden and pave a coach house, henhouse, mill house, and well house.
Isham died November 1742, age 56, according to an inscription on his tombstone, leaving a will in Goochland County that devised all his land in Goochland and Amelia counties to his wife, Jane, and confirmed his promise to pay Peter Jefferson £50 upon his marriage to his daughter Jane. His will spoke also of the estates of William and Elizabeth Lilburne of the Bishopric of Durham, due he and his wife (will dated 6 April 1741, recorded 21 Dec. 1742).

The epitaph in his tombstone is as follows.
Sacred to the Memory of Col. Isham Randolph of Dunginess in Goochland County
Adjutant General of this Colony
He was the third son of William Randolphand Mary his wife.
The distinguishing qualities of theGentleman he possessed in aneminent degree: To justice Probity & honour so firmly attached That no view of secular interest orWorldly advantage, no discouraging
frowns of fortune could alter hissteady purpose of heart. By an easycompliance and obliging deportment he knew no enemy, but gained Manyfriends, thus in his life meriting anuniversal esteem. He died as universally lamented Nov’r, 1742 age 57 Gentle Reader go & do likewise

Jane sold her 28-acre island in the James River to Capt. Richard Mosby for 5 shillings 5 October 1744, and the 6,000-acre tract in Amelia County to William Randolph Jr. for £600 20 June 1745.
The will of Jane Randolph named children Isham Randolph, William Randolph, Thomas Randolph, Elizabeth Railey, Dorothea Woodson, Anne Pleasants, and Susanna Randolph (will dated 5 Dec. 1760, recorded 12 July 1761).

Children of Isham and Jane (Rogers) Randolph
3› Isham Randolph [1764.2.1] (c.1725) married Sarah Hargraves of Philadelphia. She was residing in Kent County, Great Britain, 10 January 1771 when she gave a power of attorney to Bernard Markham.
3› William Randolph [1764.2.2] (c.1727- 27 June 1791) married Elizabeth Little a daughter of John Little and Fortune (c.1720- 28 June 1777), 31 July 1761. Their children were the following.
4› Mary Little Randolph [1764.2.2.1] (20 May 1762).
4› Elizabeth Little Randolph [1764.2.2.2] (25 Aug. 1763) married William Isham Epes 23 June 1792.
4› Jane Randolph [1764.2.2.3] (13 Sept. 1764).
4› William Eston Randolph [1764.2.2.4] (22 July 1766 - 1 June 1772
4› Thomas Eston Randolph [1764.2.2.5] (11 April 1767 - 4 April 1842) married Jane Cary Randolph in Chesterfield County 11 May 1795.
4› Benjamin Randolph [1764.2.2.6] (11 Oct. 1768 -1816) left all his property to his brother Thomas (will dated 10 Jan. 1816, recorded 17 June 1816).
4› James Randolph [1764.2.2.7] (29 June 1770).
4› William Eston Randolph [1764.2.2.8] (22 July 1772 - 14 Feb. 1779
4› Fortune Randolph [1764.2.2.9] (5 Aug. 1774).
4› Susanna Randolph [1764.2.2.10] (26 July 1775 - 5 Feb. 1776).
4› Henry Jones Randolph [1764.2.2.11] (15 July 1778 - 13 May 1860
4› Jacob Little Randolph [1764.2.2.12] (1 Nov. 1783) died unmarried.
3› Thomas Isham Randolph [1764.2.3] (c.1728) married Jane Cary in 1768. They sold 900 acres in Cumberland County, which he inherited from his mother, 21 November 1771. The Commonwealth of Virginia escheated his 3,000-acre “Dungeness” estate 28 September 1779 as Randolph had remained a British citizen.
4› Thomas Randolph [1764.2.3.1] (20 April 1760 - 5 Nov. 1811) married first Mary Skipwith, second Catherine Lawrence. He was killed at the Battle of Tippecanoe.
4› Isham Randolph [1764.2.3.2] (20 April 1760 ) married Ann Randolph Coupland in 1795.
4› Capt. Archibald Cary Randolph [1764.2.3.3] (1769- 14 Nov. 1813) married Lucy Burwell 6 April 1797. He served during the War of 1812.
4› Mary Randolph [1764.2.3.4] (1 Feb. 1773 -1853) married Randolph Harrison 20 March 1790. See their family
3› Jane Randolph [1764.2.4] (5 Feb. 1720/1 -1778) married Peter Jefferson in Goochland County 3 October (bond) 1739. See their family
3› Mary Randolph [1764.2.5] married Charles Warner Lewis, son of Charles Lewis and Mary Howell, in Goochland County 15 July (bond) 1746. Their children were the following.
The 1776-will of the elder Lewis mentioned also his son Howell Lewis. Charles own will named sons Charles Lilburne, Isham, and daughters Mary Lewis, Jane wife of Charles Hudson, Elizabeth wife of Bennett Henderson, Anna Jefferson, Frances the wife of John Thomas, Mildred Lewis (will dated 27 April 1782, recorded 12 July 1782).
4› Charles Lilburne Lewis [1764.2.5.1] married Lucy Jefferson. See their family
4› Isham Lewis [1764.2.5.2] (-1790).
4› Mary Randolph Lewis [1764.2.5.3] married first Charles Lewis, a son of Robert Lewis and Jane Meriwether. She married second Charles Wingfield Jr.
4› Jane Lewis [1764.2.5.4] married Charles Hudson.
4› Elizabeth Lewis [1764.2.5.5] (1752-1829) married Col. Bennett Henderson in 1771.
4› Ann Jefferson Lewis [1764.2.5.6] married Randolph Jefferson. See their family
4› Frances Lewis [1764.2.5.7] (24 Jan. 1759 - 28 Dec. 1834) married as his second wife, John Thomas.
4› Mildred Lewis [1764.2.5.8] married Edward Moore.
3› Elizabeth Randolph [1764.2.6] (c.1730- 11 Sept. 1782) married John Railey 29 November (bond) 1750. Railey was a resident of New Kent County when Charles Railey deeded him about 197 acres in Goochland County 18 October 1742. He was a tithable in Goochland County in 1747, and a vestryman of Southam Parish. The will of John Railey in Chesterfield County named wife, Elizabeth, seven sons and three daughters (will dated 10 Nov. 1778, recorded 7 May 1784 ).
The births of nine children are in The Douglas Register. Their children were the following.
4› Thomas Railey [1764.2.6.1] married Martha Woodson 12 December 178
4› Isham Randolph Railey [1764.2.6.2] (15 July 1758 ) married Susanna Woodson 17 September (bond) 1784.
5› John Railey [1764.2.6.2.1] (18 July 1785 ).
4› William Railey [1764.2.6.3] (26 Dec. 1760 ) married Judith Woodson 17 April 1789.
4› Jane Railey [1764.2.6.4] (9 Aug. 1763 ).
4› Charles Railey [1764.2.6.5] (24 Nov. 1766 ) married Polly May
4› Elizabeth Railey [1764.2.6.6] married John Bullock June 1786 - June 1787.
4› Anne Railey [1764.2.6.7].
4› James Railey [1764.2.6.8] (16 April 1762 ) married Ann Watkins, a daughter of Joseph Watkins, by 11 November 1793. James was dead by 14 February 1797 when the court granted Ann administration of his estate, and on 8 January 1798 the court appointed Martin Railey guardian to Elizabeth and Joseph. Ann and James Blankenship, whom she married 1797-98, were sued by Martin Railey 12 March 1798.
5› Elizabeth Railey [1764.2.6.8.1] married John Railey in Chesterfield County 29 May (bond) 1807.
5› Joseph Railey [1764.2.6.8.2].
4› Mattie Railey [1764.2.6.9], omitted from her father’s will.
4› Randolph Railey [1764.2.6.10] (14 May 1770 ) married Martha W. Pleasants.
4› Susanna Railey [1764.2.6.11] (25 July 1756 ), omitted from her father’s will.
4› Annie Railey [1764.2.6.12] (17 Sept. 1759 ).
4› Martin Railey [1764.2.6.13] (27 Oct. 1764 ) married Elizabeth Mayo in Powhatan County 26 February (bond) 1794. He was dead by 1812 when guardian accounts were returned from wards, Elizabeth and Joseph Railey.
3› Dorothea Randolph [1764.2.7] (c.1732- 2 Feb. 1794 ) married John Woodson.
The births of nine children are in The Douglas Register. Yet Rev. Douglas notes “of Col. Jo. Woodson’s family I have baptized 12 and married 4, he is now dead Feb. 15 ‘90.” They were the parents of eleven known children. The missing child may have been Ann.
A very wealthy man, Woodson was a vestryman, magistrate, member of the Virginia House of Burgesses (1788-81), and was sheriff (1778-9) and county lieutenant (1779).
4› Jane Randolph Woodson [1764.2.7.1] (c.1752- 29 Jan. 1821) married Archibald Pleasants 5 August 1775. See their family
4› Elizabeth Woodson [1764.2.7.2] (Nov. 1756) married John Cheadle, who had property in Prince Edward County in 1785.
4› Josiah Woodson [1764.2.7.3] (16 Jan. 1758) married Elizabeth Woodson 3 December 1778. See their family
4› Isham Woodson [1764.2.7.4] (Sept. 1760) died unmarried.
4› Susanna Woodson [1764.2.7.5] (26 June 1761) married Isham Randolph Railey 17 September (bond) 1784. See their family
4› Ens. John Woodson [1764.2.7.6] (28 Feb. 1763), an ensign during the Revolution, married Mary Anderson 30 March 1786.
4› Martha Woodson [1764.2.7.7] (6 July 1764) married Thomas Railey 12 December 1786.
4› Judith Woodson [1764.2.7.8] (16 Feb. 1767) married William Railey 17 April 1789.
4› Sarah Woodson [1764.2.7.9] (14 Nov. 1770) married Philip Woodson in Goochland County 3 October 1790. See their family
4› Mary Woodson [1764.2.7.10] married Col. Nathaniel G. Morris, of the British Army, in Goochland County 4 August (bond) 1788.
4› Lucy Woodson [1764.2.7.11] (13 Oct. 1768) died unmarried.
4› Ann Woodson [1764.2.7.12], daughter of Col. John Woodson, married John Stephen Woodson in Goochland County 9 October (bond) 1777. See their family
3› Anne Randolph [1764.2.8] (c.1735) married first Daniel Scott in Goochland County 28 November 1751. See their family
On 14 June 1759 Rev. William Douglas conducted the marriage of Ann Randolph of Goochland County and John Pleasants of Cumberland County. Although the marriage bond called her Anne Scott, Douglas called her Ann Randolph, a peculiar portrayal for a woman previously married. John was a son of John Pleasants and Margaret Jordan.
Anne married third James Cocke Pleasants. See their family
Children of John Pleasants and Anne (Randolph) Scott Pleasants
4› Samuel Pleasants [1764.2.8.1].
4› Jane Pleasants [1764.2.8.2].
3› Susanna Randolph [1764.2.9] (25 Sept. 1738 ) married Carter Henry Harrison of “Clifton” in Cumberland County 9 November 1760. He petitioned the House of Delegates from Cumberland County in 1780 to reject a bill forbidding the use of depreciated currency in payment of debts.
He was in the French and Indian War and in the militia during the Revolution, a vestryman of Southam Parish until his resignation (1765-1769), and a land processioner in 1771. The Southam Parish Vestry permitted Carter Harrison and Nicholas Davies to build an addition on the north side of Ham Chapel for the use of their families in 1760.
Carter Harrison served in the Virginia House of Delegates (1782-87). The Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography devotes a topic to Harrison.
Carter, who was head of a household of 20 whites and 136 blacks in Cumberland County in 1782, left a will in Cumberland County (will dated 8 Oct. 1793, recorded 27 Jan. 1794).
4› Robert Carter Harrison [1764.2.9.1] (14 June 1765 - 9 Sept. 1840) married Ann Cabell. See their family
4› Anne Harrison [1764.2.9.2] married Thomas H. Drew who represented Cumberland County at the Convention of 1788. The will of her father identified three children.
5› Thomas Harrison Drew [1764.2.9.2.1].
5› Peyton Drew [1764.2.9.2.2].
5› Henry Drew [1764.2.9.2.3].
4› Peyton Harrison [1764.2.9.3].
4› Elizabeth Harrison [1764.2.9.4] (Mar. 1764 ) married William Bradley. They were the parents of six.
4› Randolph Harrison [1764.2.9.5] (11 Feb. 1769 - 23 Sept. 1839) married Mary Randolph, daughter of Thomas Randolph of “Dungeness,” 15 March (bond) 1790.
4› Carter Henry Harrison [1764.2.9.6] (-1800) died unmarried in 180
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Henrico County, VA - Turkey Island Cemetery

File submitted for use in the USGenWeb Archives Shelley J. Armstrong


Sacred to the memory of COLONEL ISHAM RANDOLPH of Dungness in Goochland County Adjutant General of this Colony He was the third son of William Randolph and Mary his Wife The distinguishing qualities of the gentleman he possessed in the most eminent degree to justice probity and honour so firmly attached that no view of secular interest or worldly advantage no discouraging frowns of fortune could alter his steady purpose of heart By an easy complianc and obliging deportment he knew no enemies but gained many friends thus in his Life meriting in universal esteem He died universally lamented Nov. 1742 aged 57 Gentle Reader go and do thou likewise.

(In between 2 stones for Isham which had the same inscriptions was the VCC
stone)

HERE LIES
COL. ISHAM RANDOLPH
THIRD SON OF COL. WM. RANDOLPH
1685-1742
VIRGINIA CONSERVATION COM. 1946
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Isham Randolph
son of William Randolph, of "Turkey Island," lived at "Dungeness," Goochland county. He succeeded Abraham Nicholas as adjutant general of the militia in 1738, and was burgess for Goochland in 1736-1740. He died in November, 1742, and was buried at Turkey Island, Henrico county. His daughter Jane married Colonel Peter Jefferson, father of Thomas Jefferson.
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BRICK-MAKING IN GOOCHLAND.

George Dudley labourer and Savant to Isham Randolph of the County of
Goochland for four years ending the 4 of February 1737/8. In
Sattisfaction for the time of Servitude due from sd Dudley he doth agree to
make for sd Randolph One Hundred Thousand Bricks and to set and burn them as
they ought to be for use, to enclose a garden with a double ditch of 300
feet square, to pave and pebble stones a coach-house, hen-house, mill-house,
and well-house, and to make for Richard Randolph 14,000 Bricks,
______________________________________________________
(1) Extracted by the editor from the records of King William county.


Shoemaking in Goochland

Isham Randolph

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 5, No.2
(Oct., 1896),
p. 110.


Gooch Family

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 5, No.2
(Oct., 1896),
p. 110-112.


110WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE QUARTERLY.

and to set and burn them as they ought for use, and then to be set free,
reserving to himself his freedom dues, to wch agreement we, the subscriber,
desire the courts approbation, and pray that it may be recorded.

ISHAM RANDOLPH
GEORGE X DUDLEY.
His mark.
June 30, 1736.

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SHOEMAKING IN GOOCHLAND
John Newland, cordwainer and indented servant to Isham Randolph, of the county of Goochland, for four years ending the 8th day of April 1737, in satisfaction for the time of servitude due from said Newland he did agree to make for said Randolph two hundred and fifty pair of mens, womens, children, and negroe shoes, and mend shoes, horse harness for a chariot and cart as occasion should require, till the shoes above mentioned should be made, and then the said Newland to be set free, reserving to himself his freedom dues, to wch agreemt we, the subscribers, desire the courts approbation, and pray that it may be recorded.

ISHAM RANDOLPH,
JOHN X NEWLAND.
His mark.
At a court held for Goochland county, November 16, 1736, this agreement
was acknowledged by the subscribers, Isham Randolph and John Newland, and being
approved by the court was ordered to be recorded.

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Married ‎ Jul 25, 1717 at St Popolph, Bishop Gate Church, London, England (25 years married) to:

woman Jane Lilburne Rogers‏‎, daughter of Charles Rodgers and Jane Lilburn‏.
Born ‎ 1695 at of Shadgate Street, London, Eng., died ‎before Jul 21, 1761 at VA‎, at most 66 years
The will of Jane Rogers Randolph was proven 21 July 1761 in Goochland Co.,

Children:

1.
woman Anne Randolph‏‎
Born ‎ 1719, died ‎ 1719‎, under 1 year old
2.
woman Jane Isham Randolph‏
Born ‎ Feb 1719/20 at London, England, died ‎ Mar 31, 1776 at Shadwell, Goochland, VA, USA‎, approximately 57 years, buried ‎ 1776 at Monticello, Albemarle Co., VA
3.
man Grief Randolph‏
Born ‎ Mar 1725/26 at Barro Plantation, Henrico, VA, USA, died ‎ Mar 1778 at Chesterfield, VA, USA‎, approximately 53 years
Colonial Virginia source Records 1600s-1700s
Grief m bef 17 Dec 1744, Mary Epes, dau of Edmund. Proven by deed of that date, Chesterfield Co.
4.
man Thomas Isham "Thomas Isham RANDOLPH" Randolph‏
Born ‎ Feb 1718/19 at Dungeness,Albemarle Co., VA, died ‎ UNKNOWN at Ampthill, Goochland Co., VA‎
Thomas Isham Randolph, eldest son, b. at Dungenness, Goochland Co., Va., 1745, and resided there. He married (1768) Jane, third child of Archibald Cary.

Thomas Isham Randolph [1764.2.3] (c.1728) married Jane Cary
in 1768. They sold 900 acres in Cumberland County, which he
inherited from his mother, 21 November 1771. The Commonwealth
of Virginia escheated his 3,000-acre “Dungeness” estate 28
September 1779 as Randolph had remained a British citizen.
5.
woman Mary Randolph‏
Born ‎ Oct 15, 1725 at Dungeness,Albemarle Co., Va, died ‎ UNKNOWN‎
6.
man William Randolph‏
Born ‎ 1727 at Dungeness,Albemarle Co., Va, died ‎ Jun 27, 1791‎, 63 or 64 years
7.
woman Dorothea Randolph‏
Born ‎ 1730 at Dungeness,Albemarle Co., Va, died ‎ UNKNOWN‎
3› Dorothea Randolph [1764.2.7] (c.1732- 2 Feb. 1794 ) married
John Woodson.
The births of nine children are in The Douglas Register.
Yet Rev. Douglas notes “of Col. Jo. Woodson’s family I have baptized
12 and married 4, he is now dead Feb. 15 ‘90.” They were the parents
of eleven known children. The missing child may have been Ann.
A very wealthy man, Woodson was a vestryman, magistrate, member
of the Virginia House of Burgesses (1788-81), and was sheriff
(1778-9) and county lieutenant (1779).

4› Jane Randolph Woodson [1764.2.7.1] (c.1752- 29 Jan. 1821)
married Archibald Pleasants 5 August 1775. See their family
4› Elizabeth Woodson [1764.2.7.2] (Nov. 1756) married John
Cheadle, who had property in Prince Edward County in 1785.
4› Josiah Woodson [1764.2.7.3] (16 Jan. 1758) married Elizabeth
Woodson 3 December 1778. See their family
4› Isham Woodson [1764.2.7.4] (Sept. 1760) died unmarried.
4› Susanna Woodson [1764.2.7.5] (26 June 1761) married Isham
Randolph Railey 17 September (bond) 1784. See their family
4› Ens. John Woodson [1764.2.7.6] (28 Feb. 1763), an ensign
during the Revolution, married Mary Anderson 30 March 1786.
4› Martha Woodson [1764.2.7.7] (6 July 1764) married Thomas
Railey 12 December 1786.
4› Judith Woodson [1764.2.7.8] (16 Feb. 1767) married William
Railey 17 April 1789.
4› Sarah Woodson [1764.2.7.9] (14 Nov. 1770) married Philip
Woodson in Goochland County 3 October 1790. See their family
4› Mary Woodson [1764.2.7.10] married Col. Nathaniel G. Morris,
of the British Army, in Goochland County 4 August (bond) 1788.
4› Lucy Woodson [1764.2.7.11] (13 Oct. 1768) died unmarried.
4› Ann Woodson [1764.2.7.12], daughter of Col. John Woodson, married John Stephen Woodson in Goochland County 9 October (bond) 1777. See their family
8.
woman Elizabeth Randolph‏
Born ‎ 1730 at Dungeness,Albemarle Co., Va, died ‎ UNKNOWN‎
9.
woman Susanna "Sukey" Randolph‏
Born ‎ Sep 25, 1736 at Dungeness,Albemarle Co., VA, died ‎ 1806‎, 69 or 70 years
2. Susanna Randolph, b. 1743. Married (1764) Carter Henry Harrison, of Clifton, a grandson of Robert (King) Carter. Issue:
1. Robert Harrison; removed to Kentucky and married Anne Cabell. He was the grandfather of Carter H. Harrison, Mayor of Chicago.
2. Anne Harrison. Married Thomas Drew.
3. Peyton Harrison. Married Elizabeth Barelay.
4. Elizabeth Harrison. Married Mr. Bradley.
5. Randolph Harrison, of Clifton, Cumberland Co., Va. Married (March 20, 1790) at Dungenness, his first cousin, Mary Randolph. He was b. at Clifton, Feb. 11, 1769.
6. Carter Henry Harrison, Jr., graduated at William and Mary College; commenced the practice of law, and d. 1800.
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-Susanna Randolph [1764.2.9] (25 Sept. 1738 ) married Carter Henry
Harrison of “Clifton” in Cumberland County 9 November 1760.
He petitioned the House of Delegates from Cumberland County in 1780
to reject a bill forbidding the use of depreciated currency in payment
of debts.
He was in the French and Indian War and in the militia during the
Revolution, a vestryman of Southam Parish until his resignation
(1765-1769), and a land processioner in 1771. The Southam Parish
Vestry permitted Carter Harrison and Nicholas Davies to build an
addition on the north side of Ham Chapel for the use of their families
in 1760.
Carter Harrison served in the Virginia House of Delegates (1782-87).
The Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography devotes a topic to Harriso
Carter, who was head of a household of 20 whites and 136 blacks in
Cumberland County in 1782, left a will in Cumberland County
(will dated 8 Oct. 1793, recorded 27 Jan. 1794).

4› Robert Carter Harrison [1764.2.9.1] (14 June 1765 - 9 Sept. 1840) married Ann Cabell. See their family
4› Anne Harrison [1764.2.9.2] married Thomas H. Drew who represented Cumberland County at the Convention of 1788. The will of her father identified three children.
5› Thomas Harrison Drew [1764.2.9.2.1].
5› Peyton Drew [1764.2.9.2.2].
5› Henry Drew [1764.2.9.2.3].
4› Peyton Harrison [1764.2.9.3].
4› Elizabeth Harrison [1764.2.9.4] (Mar. 1764 ) married William Bradley. They were the parents of six.
4› Randolph Harrison [1764.2.9.5] (11 Feb. 1769 - 23 Sept. 1839) married Mary Randolph, daughter of Thomas Randolph of “Dungeness,” 15 March (bond) 1790.
4› Carter Henry Harrison [1764.2.9.6] (-1800) died unmarried in 180
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10.
woman Ann Randolph‏
Born ‎ 1732 at Dungeness,Albemarle Co., VA, died ‎ UNKNOWN‎

SEARCHING FOR ANY INFORMATION ON STURGEON FAMILIES FROM THIS TIME PERIOD OR EARLIER. JEREMIAH STURGEON MARRIED MARY RANDOLPH, DAUGHTER OF ISHAM RANDOLPH. JOHN STURGEON ALSO LIVED IN AREA AND HAD WILL, DATE NOT KNOWN. ANY HELP SINCERELY APPRECIATED!

3› Anne Randolph [1764.2.8] (c.1735) married first Daniel Scott in
Goochland County 28 November 1751. See their family
On 14 June 1759 Rev. William Douglas conducted the marriage of
Ann Randolph of Goochland County and John Pleasants of Cumberland
County. Although the marriage bond called her Anne Scott, Douglas
called her Ann Randolph, a peculiar portrayal for a woman previously
married. John was a son of John Pleasants and Margaret Jordan.
Anne married third James Cocke Pleasants. See their family
Children of John Pleasants and Anne (Randolph) Scott Pleasants

4› Samuel Pleasants [1764.2.8.1].
4› Jane Pleasants [1764.2.8.2].
11.
man Isham Randolph‏
Died ‎ UNKNOWN